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sATUIDAY, AIRL293, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TWO DEPARTMENT HEADS:
Regents Approve Appointments, Titles

Speech Research Lab
Transferred, Renamed

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MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

At their meeting yesterday, the
Regents of the University ap-
proved the following appoint-
ments
Prof. tiavid, M. Dennison, re-.
appointment to chairman of the
physics department for a five-year
term ending June 30, 1965. Prof.
Dennison has been on the faculty
of his department since 1927, and
is completing his first five-year
term as chairman.
Prof. William M. Sattler, to
chairman of the speech depart-f
ment, also for a five-year term.
Prof. Battler has been acting
chairman for 20 years.
Donnell Made Researcher
Prof. Lloyd H. Donnell, to senior
research scientist in the Institute
of Science and Technology for the
1960-61 academic year. Prof. Don-
hell was formerly research profes-
sor of mechanics at the Illinois
Institute of Technology.
Prof. Donnell will conduct lec-
tures, seminars and research dis-
cussions with interested faculty
and research personnel in the
fields of light structures, aero
structures, aeroelasticity and shell
theory, and will also conduct re-
search in these areas.
Prof.Laurence E.Fogarty, to as-
sociate professor of aeronautical
and astronautical engineering, for
the 1960-61 academic year.
Prof. Fogarty will give instrue-
tion in courses in flight mechanics
of space vehicles and in guidance
and control techniques.
Prof. Richard L. Meier, to as-
U' Transfers
Camp Control
The University's Fresh Air
Camp at Patterson Lake has been
transferred from the jurisdiction
of the Institute for Human Ad-
justment to that of the Summer
Session, by action of the Regents.
The camp program will be the
responsibility of the Summer Ses-
sion and the camp director will
be appointed by and be respon-
sible to the director and executive
committee of the Summer Session.
At the same time the Regents
approved the establishment of an
executive committee for the camp
which will develop educational
policies and programs and make
recommendations to the director
of the Summer Session concern-
ing the budget, camper fees, ap-
pointments to the staff and plant
development and operation.
The executive committee will
consist of the cap director, who
will serve as chairman; the deans
of the graduate school, the literary
college and the Schools of Educa-
tion and Social Work (or their
delegates); and one executive
committee member of the Insti-
tute for Human Adjustment who
will be nominated by the dean -of
the graduate school,
The Fresh Air Camp was estab-
lished in 1921 to provide camping"
experiences for underprivileged
children.

sociate professor of conservation
effective July 1, 1960. Prof. Meier
is currently on leave from his
present position as a research so-
cial scientist in the Mental-Health
Research Institute, serving as a
visiting lecturer at Harvard Uni-
versity.
In the conservation department,
he will teach a course in mineral
and energy fuel resources and a
course in regional planning.
James Bulloch, to lecturer in ac-
counting for the 1960-61 academic
year. Bulloch, presently an in-
structor at Ohio State University,
will teach beginning accounting
courses.
Toussaint Acquired
Maynard N. Toussaint, to lec-
turer in industrial relations for
the 1960-61 academic year. Pres-
ently at the Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology, Toussaint will
teach courses in industrial rela-
tions and conduct research in that
field.
Prof. Daniel R. Hughes, to as-
sistant professor of mathematics
for a three-year term beginning
with the 1960 - 61 year. Prof,
Hughes is currently a research as-
sociate at the University of Chi-
cago.
Prof. Robert G. Landen, to as-
sistant professor of Near Eastern
studies for a two-year term, be-
ginning with the 1960-61 year. He
is currently a faculty member at
Ball State Teachers College in In-
diana.
Herbarium Post Filled
Robert L. Shaffer, to assistant
professor of botany and curator
of fungi in the University Her-,
barium, for a three-year period be-
ginning July 1, 1960. Prof. Shaf-
fer has been a faculty member at
the University of Chicago since
1955'.
Prof. Edward G. Voss, -to as-
sistant professor of botany and
curator in the Herbarium, effective
July 1, 1960. He has been a re-
search associate in the Herbarium
since 1956.
Prof. Dorwin Cartwright of the
psychology department and Re-
search Center for Group Dynam-
ics, to the executive committee of
the Institute for Human Adjust-
ment. Prof, Cartwright was named
to succeed himself for a three-
year term, ending Feb. 28, 1963,
and Prof. William M. Sattler was
appointed to a similar term to suc-
ceed Prof. Gordon E. Peterson, of
the speech department.
Appointed Committeemen
Profs. Howard S. Bretsch and
Paul A. Hunsicker, to the executive
committee of the School of Edu-
cation, for three-year terms end-
ing May 31, 1963. They are suc-
ceeding, respectively, Profs. Stan-
ley E. Dirriond and Algo D. Hen-
derson.
Prof. George E. Hay of the
mathematics department, to suc-
ceed himself on the executive
committee of the Statistical Re-
search Laboratory, for a three-year
term ending June 30, 1964.
Prof. Wilbert J: McKeachie of
the psychology' department, to

complete the unexpired term of
Prof. F. M. Hemphill who has re-
signed from the same committee.
Prof. McKeachie will serve from
April 1 to June 30, 1960. He was,
also named to a full three-year
term ending June 30, 1963.
Title Altered

The University's speech research
laboratory has been transferreu
from the speech department and
set up as a separate budgetary
unit within the literary college by
action of the Regents.
The name has been changed to

4;-

Prof. Wallace A. Gardner, an communication sciences iLaora- ;
extension of his appointment totory.
the same committee, his term to The changes were recommended
expire June 30, 1962. by Dean Roger W. Heyns and the
The Regents also approved a executive committee of the lit-

change in title for Prof. Miriam
L. Keller of the nursing school.
Effective June 1, the change willI
be from assistant director of the
University Hospital Nursing Serv-
ice to assistant dean of the nurs-
ing school.

erary college because communica-
tion sciences have become an im-
portant and rapidly growing area
for research and teaching.
The field has grown broadly in-
terdisciplinary and now includes
mathematical linguistics; auto-

matic language translation, neuro-
physiology of speech, psycho-
acoustics of audition and the
application of logic in computer
techniques to speech analysis.
Courses in the program in com-,
munication sciences in the Horace !
Rackham School of Graduate
Studies now lie almost entirely
outside the offerings in the speech
department, Heyns said.
The Regents also approved
changing the title of Prof. Gordon
E. Peterson to professor of com-
munication sciences in the speech
and electrical engineering depart-
ments and director of the com-
munication sciences laboratory.
JLLETIN
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HELP WANTED
SUMMER RESORT - WESTERN MICH-
IGAN, WANTED, SPORTS & SOCIAL
STAFF MAN OVER 30 YEARS OF
AGE. If you would enjoy leading
young adult activities, large Michi-
gan Resort-Ranch (23rd season) has
opening for one man over 30. Season
ends latter part September, start as
early as possible.' Our guests are
young adults, 19 to 35. Applicant
should be able to speak to and lead
large groups. MC aptitude important.
One of the following talents desired:
musical instrument, singing, dra-
matics, sports. Interview will be ar-
ranged in Ann Arbor. Please write
promptly to S. L. Winslow, Montague,
Mich. R.R. No. 2. 'H39
BABY SITTER: for two infants, ex-
perience desired, weekdays, after-
noons, 12 or 1 to 5 p.m. NO 2-7453.
H37
SUMMER RESORT LOCATED SOUTH
OF LUDINQTON, MICH. SPORTS &
SOCIAL STAFF, AGE 20 to 35. COM-
BINATION MUSICAL AND SPORTS
ABILITY. If you Would enjoy leading
young adult activities, large Michigan
Resort-Ranch (23rd season) has open-
ings on Sports and Social Staff for
single man, age 20 to 35. Season ends
latter part September, start as early
as possible. Sports instructions with
musical talent in Guitar, Drums. Pi-
ano, Saxaphone or Trumpet. Beach
man with life saving certificate need-
ed. Guests are young adults 19 to 35
years of age. You can enjoy com-
plete sports, social program, dancing
and entertainment while being host
to guests. Interview will be arranged
in Ann Arbor for those selected. Write
to S. L. Winslow, R.R. No. 2, Mon-
tague, Mich. H40

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the box office at Hill on Saturday,'
April 23rd, from 10 a.m. to noon. See
Mr. Warner.
Applications for History Honors cur-
riculum: Students Interested in enter-
ing the two-year History honors cur-
riculum next fall should consult Dr.
A. C. Jefferson. telephone ext. 559, Room
3813 Haven Hall, as soon as possible.
Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and
Schools of Business Administration,
Education, Music' and Public Health."
Tentative lists of seniors for June
graduation have been posted on the
bulletin board in the first floor lobby,
Ad. Building. Any changes therefrom
shouldbe requested of the Recorder
at -Office of Registration and Records
window Number A, 1513 Ad. Building.
Look Homeward, Angel, Ietti Frings'
adaptation of the Thomas Wolfe nov-
el, will be presented Wed. through Sat.,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre 8:00 p.m.
Box office open Monday and Tuesday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wednesday through Saturday. Tickets
$1.50, $1.10, 75c.
Recitals
Student Recital Postponed: The cello
recital originally scheduled by Karen
Olson for Sun, April 24, has been post-"
poned. She will be heard on Fri., May
13, at 8:30 p.m. in Aud. A.
Student Recital: James Fairleigh will
present a recital in Aud. A on Mon.,
April 25, at 8:30 p.m. He will perform
compositions by Beethoven, Schumann,
Bach, Honegger, and Chopin. The recital
is being presented in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the de-1
gree Bachelor of Music.
Student Recital: Martha Rearick, flut-;
ist, will present a program including
compositions by Poulene, Hindemith,
Gerald lumel, Bach, and Milhaud, onj
Sun., April 24 at 4:15 p.m. She will be
accompanied by Phyllis Silverman.
pianist and will be assisted by Nancyt
.Grawemeyer, violin.
Academic Notices
Colloquium: "Changing Social Pat-t
terns in Maharashtra" will be the sub-
ject of a discussion by Prof. D. D,
Karve. former Principal, Fergusson Col-
lege, Poona, India, on Mon., April 25,
at 8 p.m. in the East Conf. Room, Rack-c
ham Bldg. Dr. (Mrs.) Irawati Karve,
Prof. of Anthropology, Deccan College.
Poona, India, will lead the discussion.,
Doctoral Examination for Henry Rus-
ton, Electrical Engineering: Thesis:
"Synthesis of R-L-C Networks by Dis-
crete Pschebyscheff Approximations in
the Time Domain," Mon.. April 25, 2072
Electrical Engrg. Bldg., 2 p.m. Chair-
man: C. B. Sharpe.
Doctoral Examination for William
Richard Farrand,. Geology; Thesis:
Former Shorelines in Western and Nor-l
thern Lake Superior Basin," Mon., April
25, 4065 Natural Science Bldg., 2 p.m.
Chairman: J. H. Zumberge.t
Placement Notices
INTERVIEWS1
The following companies will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371 for anI
interview appointment.i

Monday, April 25, 1960
American Institute for Foreign Trade,
Phoenix, Arizona. Citizenship preferred.
?en & Women for a one year graduate
school specializing in training college
graduates for positions of an executive
type with companies having branches in
all parts of the world. Catalogues are
available for your Information. Group
Meetings will be held.
Tuesday, April 26, 1960
The International Ladies' Garment
Training Institute, New York City, N.Y.
Location of work-New York City, N.Y.,
Graduates-June. T;e Institute is a
unique education institution, the first
and only full-time school for the train-
ing of union personnel, Men & Women,;
between the ages of 21-35, and with any
degree, for Training Program. Applicants
who are selected will not be. required
to pay tuition, but will be expected to
provide for their own subsistence. The
Training Program extends over 12'
months and is divided into five periods
as follows: 1) 12 weeks in 'Institute In,
New York City; 2) Union work in vari-
ous parts of the country; 3) 12 weeks Is
spent in study at the Institute; 4) Un-
ion work in the field; and 5) study at
headquarters. The School prepares
young, men and women for a career in
the ILGWU as organizers, representa-
tives, administrators, technicians and
educators.
Mobil Oil Company, Detroit, Michi-
gan. Location of work-Detroit Division.
Graduates-June. Nature of Business:
production, exploration, manufacture,
transportation, and sale of petroleum
and petroleum products. Men with a
degree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration for Marketing Training
Program.
Wurzburg Company, Grand Rapids,
Michigan. Location of work - Grand
Rapids, Michigan. Graduates-June. Re-
tail departmont store. Men & Women
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Retail Training
Program.
Wednesday, April 27
larvard University, Graduate School:
of, Business Administration. Boston,
Mass. Location of work-Boston, Mass.
Graduates-June. Women with any de-
gree for Assistants in the course of1
Written Analysis of Cases. Appoint-
ments are effective July 1. Duties are:
1. Attend classes in certain courses in
the Master's degree program. 2. Partici-
pate in case discussion with the Facul-
ty concerning gradine standards for the
individual assignments, 3. Reading,
commentinig upon, and grading, in-
der the supervision of Faculty, the writ-I
ten analyses submitted by students, 4.
Discussing with students bothutheir in-
dividual papers and the progress in the
course, etc. Additional information IsI
available upon request at the office.
First Western Bank and Trust Co.,
San Francisco, Calif. Location of work
-Calif. Graduates--June, August. Men
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Development
Training Program.
Thursday, April 28, 1960
New York Central System Railroad,4
Detroit, Michigan. Graduates - June
August. Location of work - Entire N.Y.
Central System Railroad. Nature oft
business: Railroad Transportation. Men
with a degree in Economics or Geog-
raphy for Management Training Pro-I
gram, Market Research, Sales and Sales
Promotion, Traffic and Transportation
or any student interested in Railroads.
Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kansas City,I
Missouri. Location of work - All sec-I
tions of the U.S.A. according to ap-I

plicant's preferance. Graduates-June.
Manufacture of Greeting Cards. Em-
ploys 4,500..Men with a degree in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Sales Trainees. Position involves crea-
tive selling of a quality product and
complete merchandising and advertising
programs to established retail outlets.
Complete on-the-job and class room
Sales Training Program.
The Service Bureau Corporation, De-
troit, Michigan. Location of work -
Detroit and Great Lakes Area. Gradu-
ates-June, August. The Service Bureau
is a subsidiary of IBM. Service Bureau
does data processing, tabulating, sta-
tistical or computing -jobs. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Business
Administration, Mathematics or Physics
for Sales Representatives. Any organi-
zation is a SBC customer-they do work
for over 10,000 different customers in-
cluding the nation's fifty largest con-
cerns as well as hundreds of small busi-
nessmen with gross sales under $50,000.
While some use SBC for their supple-
mentary work, many customers find it
advantageous to have SBC handle all
of their data processing.
Friday, April 29, 1960
Campbell Sales Company. Chicago,
Illinois. Location of work-Principally
Midwest-do have -openings in other
parts of U.S. Graduates-June. Products
sell under the names of Campbell,
Franco - American, V-8 and Swanson.
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for Sales
Training Program. The program con-
aists of two weeks of organized in-
doctrination after which time he will
be assigned a territory. A Campbell
salesman is responsible for the sales of
all of Campbell's products through h
retail stores in his territory.

USED CARS
'58 RENAULT DAUPHINE. 40 M.P.G.
$300 plus take over payments. S. Ad-
elman. 29447 Fairfax, Southfield. Ni7
1946 CHEVROLET. 68,000 miles. Good
condition. $90. Call NO 3-6829 after
5:30 p.m. N18
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr Pat-
terson and Auld Co.. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. FF99
FOR THE BEST IN MUSIC it's Johnny
Harberd - Bob Elliot - Boll Weevils -
Andy Anderson - Dick Tilkin - Al
Blaser - Kingsmen - Ray Louis -
Larry Kass plus many others. Phone
THE BUD-MOR AGENCY, NO 2-6362.
FF100
EUROPEAN TOURS, '60. 45 days, 91
countries including Oberammergau
Passion Play & Olympics, if desired.
All for $705y For details write West-
rops, Box 2053, Ann Arbor. FF1
BUSINESS SERVICES
SENIORS

ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122,E. Washington. Wi
MISCELLANEOUS
AROUND SOUTH AMERICA, July 4th
to August 5th Panama, Quito, Lima,
Cuzco, Macchu Pichu, Santiago, Bue-
nos Aires, Montevideo, Sao Paulo,
Iguassu Falls, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia,
Caracas. Followed by optional two
weeks in Guatemala, Mexico, or the
caribbean area. See all the sights;
meet leaders in all countries: lectures
and discussions. Leader: DR. HUBERT
HERRING, author "Good Neighbors,"
"A History of Latin America," etc. Ad-
dress him: 763 Indian Hill Boulevard,
Claremont, California. M
JUNE GRADUATES - Counmencement
Announcement orders will be taken
April 4-8 at S.A.B. 9:00 AM.-5 P.M.
M9
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires. batteries and accessor-
,es. Warranted & guaranteed, See
us for the best price on new &
used tires. Road service-niechanic
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and' you get iti"
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
81
WHITE'S AUTO SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
82
SMITH AUTO UPHOLSTERING
Auto and Furniture
Refinished - Reupholstered
Convertible Tops
NO 3-8644
YAHR'S MOTO.R SALES
Bumping and 'Painting
Used Cars Bought and Sold
NO 3-4510
Both at 507 S. Ashley

SUMIER PLACEME NTLast chance to save up to 50% on
Interviews subscriptions to Time, Life, Sports
April 26. Bernard Scotch of Camp Chi.. Illustrated and Newsweek.
Lake Dalton, Wisc., will interview stu- Student price Reg. price
dents for camp counseling jobs-male 1 yr. 2 yrs. 1 yr.
and female. This is a camp run by the Time .....$3.87 $7.00 $7.00
Jewish Community Centers of Chicago, Life ...... 4.00 7.00 5.95
Illinois. Spts. Ill. .. 4.00 7.50 7.50
April 26. Mrs. H. L. Turner of Camp Newsweek 3.50 - 6.00
Missaulsee, Lake City, Mich., will in- Call NO 2-3061
terview women for jobs in her camp. Student Periodical Agency
She wants 2 assistant cooks,hArchery J40
Director, Asst. Waterfront, and NatureB-
Director. BUSINESS SERVICES: A-I MOVING,
Drl2 n 7Src sobaggage transfer agents. Pick-up and
April 26 and 27. Stan Michaels of Camp deve.YloCa .N -44,N
Nahelu will interview men and women deliver. Yellow Cab Co. NO 3-2424, NO
for rounseors positions . 8-9382' J39
The SUMMER' PLACEMENT is open TYPING: Theses, term papers, reason-
every afternoon from 1:30 to 5:00 and able rates. Prompt service, NO 8-7590.
Friday mornings from 8:30 to 12:00, in JatN
D528 of the S.A.B.

LOST: 4 mos. old redish beige and
white cat. 8-6669. Reward. A44
LOST: One pair girl's glasses, black
frames, black case. Lost Saturday aft-
ernoon April 16, in campus town.
$5.00 reward. Phone NO 5-6973 at
mealtime. A43

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Notices
Folklore Soc., Guitar and Banjo Work-
shops, April 25,2-5 p.m. SAB.
* *
Graduate Outing Club. Hiking, April
24, 2 p.m., Meet in back of Rackham
(N.W. entrace).
w * *
ISA-SGC ESSAY CONTEST, "The In-
ternational Student: A Misfit or a
Blessing?". Due date May 2. 1st prize
$30, 2nd prize $20. 1500 words maximum.
Detail announcement available SGC
Office, SAB.
* *
Mich. Forensic Guild, Mich. Women
Debaters oppose Wis. Debaters on "The
Power of the Supreme Court," April 26,
7:30 p.m., Rackham Amphitheater.

1 block East of
1000 South Main

Daily 8:00 to 6:00
Sunday 8:00 to 4:00

U1

REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade,
NO 2-4647. J1
HOT DATE?
Why wait in line at the Arb?
No parking problems at Ralph's and
you can keep cool with Donuts and
Cider.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
J41
SPECIAL SALE FOR APRIL ONLY
Compare these 1 yr. Subscription Prices.
Nat'l Our April
Sub. Usual Sale
Magazine Price Price Price
Am Heritage 15.00 12.50 11.50
Audio 4.00 3.00 2.00
Harper's Mag. 6.00 4.50 3.50
High Fidelity 6.00 4.50 3.50
Horiions 18.00 15.30 14.30.
Reporter 6.00 4.50 3.50
Venture 7.00 4.75 3.00
To order or to reqtest quotations
on any other magazine, call NO
2-3061 before 5:00 P.M.; NO 3-3018
after. J35
Reconditioned Vacuum Cleaners
$1.00 and up
J. LEABU SALES AND SERVICE
322 E. Liberty NO 3-3604
J59
BIKES and SCOOTERS
MOVE IN
FAST CIRCLES?
Get a wheel !
Beaver's Bike and Hardware
605 Church NO 5-6607
Z15
CUSHMAN HUSKY '53. Transmission,
lights, 422 Adams, W.Q. NO 2-4401.
Z32

PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano & Orfian Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
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Service on All
Radios, T.V.'s and Hi-Fi's
All Work Guaranteed
STOFFLET'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE
207 E. Ann NO 8-8116
X22L
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X14
ORGANS and- PIANOS by WURLIT-
ZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS. Mak-
ers, restorers, and dealers of rare
violins and bows. Also GUITARS and
BRASS INSTRUMENTS.
Sales - Service - Rentals - Lessons

Lessons for 30 days,
piano in your home.
First payment $20
after 30 days only $10 per month.
X45

Bargain on diamond needles-all types
Hi-Fi kits and service
Pre-recorded tapes, 2 and 4 track
Open 10-E Monday through Saturday

1319 South University

MADDY
209 E. Liberty.

MUSIC
NO 3-3395
X40

ZUNDAPP SCOOTER-'58 Vella. Sacri-
fice for quick sale. $225. NO 2-5377.
Z30
1956 VESPA Scooter. Good condition.
Best offer. Call Jim, NO 3-1444. Z3
ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER ROOMS for men available
now. McDonnald House, 1108 Hill. See
Mr. Sharma between 5 & 8 p.m. E-19'
6 MEN desire board starting April 18.
Contact NO 2-6422. E18

FOR SALE-Red 1956 MGA. Call NO
3-3814, ask for Jack. B56
VAUXHALL 1958 4 door sedan, one own-
er, driven 12,000 miles. Price- $1,100.
NO 3-7849. B59
EVERGREENS at wholesale for Univer-
sity personnel by University employee.
Yews, junipers, arborvitae. Spreading,
globe, upright forms. Call Michael Lee
at NO 8-8574. B54
MoPed 1959 - excellent condition.
$125.00. NO 2-5095. B60
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